invocation
Noun

invocation

  1. The act or form of call#Verb|calling for the assistance or presence of some superior#Adjective|superior being#Noun|being, especially prayer offer#Verb|offered to a divine#Adjective|divine being.
  2. (chiefly, law) A call#Noun|call or summons, especially a judicial call, demand#Noun|demand, or order#Noun|order.
    the invocation of papers or evidence into court
  3. (law) An act of invoking or claim#Verb|claiming a legal right#Noun|right.
  4. (programming) The act of invoking something, such as a function#Noun|function call.
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  • Russian: вы́зов



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